Australian Wreck Diving Directory

There are hundreds, if not thousands of wrecks both known, and as yet undiscovered around the Australian coastline, some were scuttled for recreational use, some to form artifical reefs and of course others went down in storms or ran aground etc. Some wreck sites are almost perfectly intact and make for stunning dive sites with lush growth and masses of fishlife of all sizes, other sites are nothing more than rusting metal pieces laying on the bottom.

Many wreck sites here in Australia are easily accessible to the average diver, but in most cases the better preserved wrecks are in deeper water between the 40-60mtr depth range.

Pick a state from the menu on the left and browse our directory of wreck sites. If you are a registered member of the site, you can also submit a new wreck site that we don't already have listed, check the menu on the left for the link.